We are building our assistive technology lending library. Please take the following survey to help us determine what to add:
The Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Program at ADRS is currently looking for a rehab engineer for our Anniston District office. Please share this with anyone who might be interested.
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Rehabilitation Engineering Specialist I (50387)
LOCATION OF POSITION: Anniston District Office
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • A Bachelor's degree from an accredited* college or university in rehabilitation engineering, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, or closely related field
Overnight travel may be required.
This position requires extensive local travel in your personal vehicle.
Position works with all ADRS service programs and partner agencies. This requires helping individuals with a wide variety of disabilities and barriers to overcome.
Please contact Michael Papp for details or if you have any questions.
Applications to get on the Rehabilitation Engineering Specialist employment register can be submitted online at https://www.personnel.alabama.gov/Jobs.
Use the search box to find Rehabilitation Engineering Specialist 1 and select the Apply Online button.
The makers of VoiceITT augmentative communication software are looking to develop a better version. VoiceITT is designed to help people with dysarthria communicate more clearly.
Their goal: you spend less timing training the app and more time enjoying it. With more audio data from your voice recordings, our AI can recognize your speech without requiring you to train each phrase. Active participants may be eligible for a gift card.
What assistive devices would you like to see added to the APTAT Lending Library? Please comment below.
Christmas is almost here! Here is day 24 of our gifting guide, written by our very own Silvia Perez.
Gifting Guide Day 21: Accessible Clothing
Day 18 of the Gifting Guide:
Check out Day 16 of the APT-AT Gifting Guide: